LLUK chief bows out

29th January 2010 at 00:00
David Hunter, chief executive of the sector skills council Lifelong Learning UK (LLUK), is to stand down due to ill health

Mr Hunter, who has led the body since 2005, said he had bowed to medical advice that he put his health before work for the time being. He has battled a serious blood condition for more than three years. Sir David Melville, LLUK's chairman, has appointed Sue Dutton, former deputy chief executive of the Association of Colleges, as acting chief executive.

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